Stephanie Seymour got arrested in January for driving while plastered on the sweet nectar, and her 22-year-old son Peter Brant Jr. was arrested in March after throwing a flailing hissy fit and drunkenly cursing out Port Authority officers at JFK. Since that family has to keep their legacy of being messy alive, and Stephanie and Peter already did their part, it was 20-year-old Harry Brant’s turn and he came through.
The “Bitches Of The Moment” feud all started when Rebecca Romjin Lettuce said Instagram tricks turned models aren’t true supermodels (she later cried clickbait). Stephanie Seymour then said that the term “supermodel” is a thing of the past and that Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid are more like “bitches of the moment.” Kendall Jenner called Stephanie Seymour a “cyberbully.” Gigi Hadid hasn’t really said anything (emojis don’t count!) but her mom Yolanda Foster has, which is just embarrassing. Gigi is definitely no supermodel because no supermodel lets her mommy defend her. And now, Tyra Banks has finally piped in and is using this dumb feud to talk about the strength of Tyra Banks!
Earlier this month, Stephanie Seymour proved she’s still got bad-bitch supermodel blood running through her veins when she referred to popular-on-social-media and reality TV models like Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid by as “bitches of the moment” instead of “supermodels” to Vanity Fair. Kendall dramatically hit back at Stephanie by calling her a “cyberbully” in a piece on her personal website. A few days later, Gigi’s mama came for Stephanie too. Yolanda Foster told TMZ: “It’s sad to see some of these beautiful semi-retired supermodels, who are mothers themselves now, feel the need to publicly put down someone else’s daughter.”
Stephanie has decided to defend herself against that “cyberbully” accusation and try to explain what she meant with that “bitches of the moment” comment.
Last week, Stephanie Seymour schooled the children of today on what a supermodel is. According to Stephanie, the popular-on-Instagram and reality TV models of today – namely Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid – don’t deserve the title of “supermodel.” Instead, she suggests they write “bitches of the moment” in the job section of their resume. Kendall Jenner must have finally tracked down someone who was able to read Stephanie’s comments to her, because she came out and said that she does not appreciate being called a BOTM.
Once upon time there was no social media and people had privacy and lives in the outside world. You had to read printed newspapers to find stuff out and call up your friends voice talk style to learn about their lives and how their cat is doing. That time was also when models were gorgeous ladies who captured our hearts, imaginations and stomachs with their looks and bad attitudes, not their parents and social media presence. Stephanie Seymour, one of the original supermodels – and super great driver – recently gave her opinion on the difference between the originals and the Insta girls.
“Ah, the back seat of a car driven by somebody else. Probably should have picked this option the night I was busted for a DUI.”
Last month, the secretary of Versace’s 90s supermodel squad Stephanie Seymour was busted for a DUI in Greenwich, Connecticut after she threw her Range Rover in reverse at a stop sign on an off-ramp and backed into another car. The driver of the car wasn’t injured, but for some reason – drunk, probably – she decided to double down on shit decisions by refusing to take a sobriety test when the police showed up. I’ve never been arrested for being a drunk mess in my car, so I didn’t know if what Stephanie did was bad or bad-bad (like clear your schedule for the next 4 to 6 months bad), but it appears it was just bad.
Stephanie was in court today to deal with that DUI situation, and the NY Daily News says she won’t be doing any time because her attorney asked for a trip to rehab instead. This was Stephanie’s first DUI, and apparently rehab is pretty common for a first offender. Stephanie didn’t say anything during her arraignment, but her attorney told the judge he doesn’t believe his client has a booze problem and that she’s been on her best behavior since her DUI.
No word on where she’s going, but we do know that Stephanie will still be allowed to drive while she completes the program. She’s due back in court on April 4th to give the judge an update on her progress.
I still have no idea how someone like Stephanie gets a DUI. For example, please take a look at what she wore to court today. In what world does a woman who is married to a billionaire and owns a pair of black leather long gloves and a rich bitch cape-coat not have a full-time driver named Jeeves? Stephanie, you cannot own gloves like that and be driving yourself around.